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Hypatia

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Pronunciation: /hʌɪˈpeɪʃɪə
 
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( Circa 370–415), Greek philosopher, astronomer, and mathematician. Head of the Neoplatonist school at Alexandria, she wrote several learned treatises as well as devising inventions such as an astrolabe.

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